Word podcast 304 – Ian Penman on the strange magic of the human voice

For more than forty years Ian Penman has been one of the best writers about music in the country. His new book, “It Gets Me Home, This Curving Track“, is made up of essays about James Brown, Prince, Elvis Presley, Frank Sinatra, John Fahey and other musicians who have a strange fascination for him. Ian came to the Islington to talk about his career as a writer, the book and his plan to write a book about searching for music in charity shops. Be warned. This is the kind of book that will send you straight back to your records to listen for things that you’ve been missing.

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